This issue of the Rutland Historical Society Quarterly describes the uses of the Clarendon and Pittsford Railroad, as well as the people that made it come to fruition, and many of the significant occurrences surrounding the railway system. The piece was written by Thomas B. McDevitt and Michael L. Austin in 1981. The issue contains several useful pieces of information, from maps to a picture of the founding father of the railroad, Redfield Proctor, to photographs of the first cars to be on tracks, along with some of the disasters that took place during the years of operation. McDevitt and Austin’s piece draws from several sources, but the most interesting is a full letter that they include in their work. They also relay facts from several Rutland newspaper articles.